Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago, in the southern Caribbean, is an archipelagic nation famous for carnival and the origins of limbo, soca, calypso, and steelpan music. Barbados is to the northeast, Guyana to the southeast, and Venezuela to the south and to the west. In size, Trinidad and Tobago is 1,978 square miles with a population of about 1.3 million. Ethnically, the main groups are Africans, Indians, Venezuelans, Spaniards, French Creoles, Portuguese, Chinese, English, Lebanese, Syrians, and Caribs. The official language spoken here is English. Port of Spain is the capital and San Fernando is the largest city in Trinidad and Tobago. Officially known as the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the government is a parliamentary republic. The President of Trinidad and Tobago is George Maxwell Richards and its Prime Minister is Patrick Manning. Economically, Trinidad and Tobago have prospered from oil and gas reserves, with a Gross Domestic Product of 33.1 billion and a per capita of $24,748. The main source of income other than the petroleum industry has been tourism and agricultural products like citrus and cocoa. Once a British colony, Trinidad and Tobago got its independence on August 31, 1962. WorldTVRadio Tuner for Trinidad and Tobago has one radio station, Power 102 FM, broadcasting Top 40 songs in English from Port of Spain. If you would like to listen to entertaining and informative radio shows from Trinidad and Tobago, it’s easy to do and free to try. All you have to do is click a radio station link to launch it.


:: World TVRT internet radio from :: Trinidad and Tobago

Internet radio stations currently available through worldtvradio
Station Name LanguageChannel TypeSpeedCityVisits
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Power 102 FMEnglishTop 4032Port of Spain68

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